Meubles et Objets d'Art
Round box in brown tortoiseshell inlaid with gold and silver braces and lozenges, the lid is decorated with a miniature representing the bust portrait of a young woman.
Louis XVI period. 18th century.
Diameter : 8,2 cm and height : 2,3 cm.
Flattened pear-shaped pocket flask made of colorless transparent blown glass, screw thread and pewter lid. Decorated in relief on one side with three fleur-de-lis surmounted by a closed crown representing the arms of France, and on the other side with three flaming hearts which would be an allusion to the motto of the coat of arms of the city of Orleans.
Attributed to the workshop of Bernard Perrot, late 17th or early 18th century. H. 10 cm.
See Bernard Perrot 1640-1709, exhibition catalog of the Musée des beaux-Arts d'Orléans 2010, Somogy Editions d'Art, n°20 page 116.
Rectangular writing table in rosewood veneer, one drawer on the side, arched legs, leather top.
Stamped by Jean-Mathieu Chevallier, received master in Paris in 1743.
Louis XV period. 18th century.
H : 70 cm ; L : 60 cm ; D : 42 cm.
Tulip shaped goblet in colorless etched glass. Conical cut cut with 10 sides ending in a doucine, adorned with the initials "LJW" surmounted by a crown of marquis and seed cartouches with musicians and soldiers. Foot and collar engraved with festoon in triangle. Faceted cut ring.
Pologne, Silesia, circa 1730.
D. 6,3 cm ; H. 10 cm.
Rectangular chest of drawers with rounded uprights in violet wood veneer inlaid with diamonds. It opens with two drawers in front and rests on slightly arched feet.
Red Rance marble top. Regency period, attributed to Doirat.
Dimensions: H: 82cm; W: 96 cm; D: 52 cm.
Restorations of maintenance of use.
Pair of faceted glass sprinklers of baluster form on pedestal.
Bohemia, circa 1730. 18th century.
Height : 20,5 cm ; Diameter : 8 cm.
Pair of caned armchairs with flat back in molded and carved beech wood with shells, scrolls and foliage. Contoured seats. Arms and legs arched with lambrequin decoration. Regency period.
H: 88 cm; W: 62 cm; D: 50 cm.
A restored frame.
Large blown glass with round cup and high foot with balusters and numerous rings, round base. Goblet carved with a wheel of flowers and stylised foliage.
GERMANY, Nuremberg, 17th century.
Diameter: 12,4 cm. Height: 23,8 cm.
Roll top desk in speckled mahogany and veneer of mahogany, top of white marble. Three drawers and a cylinder opening on a tablet with four drawers and two lockers. Tapered and fluted legs.
Stamped of Joseph Schmitz, master in 1761. Period of Louis XVI.
Dimensions : High : 114 cm ; Height : 127 cm ; Depth : 62 cm.
Carved and gilded wood console, the belt decorated with an umbilicus in an openwork radiance and scrolls of acanthus foliage. The rounded front corners surmount the feet in inverted curves. Rich spacer decorated in the center of a stylized shell and volutes.
Breche d'Alep marble top.
Regency - Louis XV period. 18th century.
Length : 94 cm ; depth : 47 cm.
Pair of winged angel heads carved in relief in natural oak.
Late 17th century or early 18th century.
Dimensions : Height : 24 cm ; Width : 34 cm ; Depth : 18 cm.
Pair of flat back armchairs with shoulder and cane in beech richly molded and carved with lambrequins, the falls with acanthus leaves, the belts curved with stylized shells, scrolls and umbilicals. Cambered legs with acanthus leaves and scrolled sabots.
Regency - Louis XV period.
Attributed to Louis Cresson (master in 1738). 18th century.
Height : 91 cm ; Length : 65 cm ; Width : 41 cm. Formerly lacquered.
Tapestry of Brussels of the workshop of Peter Van Der Borcht in wool and silk.
From a cardboard drawn by Jan van Orley and Aurèle-Augustin Coppens around 1730.
This tapestry represents a scene from the Old Testament taken from the story of Moses: The spoliation of the Egyptians (Ex, XII, 35-36). On the order of Moses, the Hebrews ask the Egyptians for gold and silver vessels, clothes, it is the end of the plagues of Egypt, the Hebrews are ready to leave the country.
Mark woven in red brown " BB P.V.D. BORCHT ", in bottom on the right (Brussels Brabant, Peter Van Der Borcht). Middle of the 18th century.
Dimension : 304 x 292 cm.